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Wrong Place at the Wrong Time

Updated: 08/29/2008 - Talk about being at the wrong place at the wrong time. A Panama City Beach man is still wondering why Bay County deputies came into his home and pointed a gun at him.

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"Stop Prostitution" Says Sylvania Heights Man

Updated: 08/29/2008 - Some Sylvania Heights residents in Ft. Walton Beach say prostitution and drug use is out of control, and the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office agrees.

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Social Security Checks Arriving Early in Gulf Coast States

Updated: 08/31/2008 - The Social Security Administration announced that benefit checks are being delivered to Gulf Coast residents Friday and Saturday, before the arrival of Gustav and ahead of the regular payment date.

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The Future of Amendment #5

Updated: 08/29/2008 - Two Florida counties said yes to tax initiatives this past week. The votes came at a time new poll numbers show Amendment 5, the tax swap amendment, could be in trouble if it gets back on the ballot. The question about taxes comes down to what voters know.

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Cedar Grove Votes To Adopt Dissolution Ordinance

Updated: 08/29/2008 - The town of Cedar Grove is on the verge of possibly dissolving itself. Last week, town commissioners heard the first reading of the dissolution ordinance. Tuesday, they voted on it.

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Fixing Fays Damage

Updated: 08/29/2008 - Tropical Storm Fay damaged more than 17 thousand homes across the state, but it could prove to be a savior for some small businesses. Roofers, landscapers, and tree trimmers all have their hands full fixing the damage Fay caused.

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Freeport Fire Destroys Church and Food Bank

Updated: 08/28/2008 - Church members are upset about the fire that damaged Damascus Pentecostal Ministries, but what was lost inside the building has community members heartbroken.

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Florida Wildlife Rescued

Updated: 08/28/2008 - A week of rain and wind from Fay has taken a toll on the animal population of Florida. Across the state wildlife rescue organizations are being asked to care for a growing menagerie of Fay’s victims.

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Local Business Owners Already Feeling Effects Of Gustav

Updated: 08/28/2008 - Last week, Tropical Storm Fay put a damper on many visitors’ plans to come to Panama City Beach. Now, it looks like Gustav could do the same thing. Local business owners say they're already taking a hit from the storm.

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Displaced Southport Family

Updated: 08/27/2008 - A Southport family is wondering what the future holds after losing everything to a fire last night. The mother and father did not have any homeowner's insurance, and now they and their four children have no place to go.

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Lifeguard Plan

Updated: 08/27/2008 - New ordinance on the city council agenda for Thursday.

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Driver's Ed Program Loses Vehicles to Budget Cuts

Updated: 08/26/2008 - Some major changes to the high school driver's education program have some people questioning whether schools are sacrificing student safety. School officials say they're doing everything they can with the budgets they've been given.

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Labor Day Traffic Patrols

Posted: 08/26/2008 - Labor Day weekend is generally one of the busier travel weekends of the year, and area law enforcement officials want to make sure those travelers get to their destination in one piece.

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Washington County Roads

Updated: 08/26/2008 - An early morning downpour took its toll on the 800 or so miles of dirt roads in Washington County.

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DeFuniak's History Part of National Book Series

Updated: 08/26/2008 - DeFuniak Springs is one of the oldest communities in the entire state of Florida. Now you can learn about that colorful and rich history by reading one book.

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